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Dance Factory: Level 2
Louie Devito
Dance Factory: Level 2
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
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Dance Factory: Level 2


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All Artists: Louie Devito
Title: Dance Factory: Level 2
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Total Copies: 0
Label: Dee Vee Music
Release Date: 6/17/2003
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
Styles: House, Dance Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 809244000629, 821838147329


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Dance Factory: Level 2

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Louie Ain't So Screwy
The Spastic Fantastic Mighty House | Waltham, Massachusetts, United States, Planet Eart | 07/11/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"It's no wonder that Louie DeVito has been voted the #1 DJ in America. There's his NYC Underground Party series and this, Louie DeVito's Dance Factory. Volume 2 features 19 tracks. It includes DJ Sammy's "Boys Of Summer" (A nice song indeed). There's also the song "E" by Drunken Munky. But I really liked the updated version of "Rhythm Is A Dancer" by Snap! I still like the classic "RIAD" from 1992 though. Now in a new trancish form remixed by CJ Stone. Plus like in all of Louie DeVito's NYCUP compilations, a Megamix by Bad Boy Joe. That's all I could explain for now. I'd like to know when NYCUP volume 6 will come out."
Pop music format dance party album
J Lee Harshbarger | Ypsilanti, MI United States | 06/07/2004
(3 out of 5 stars)

"This is a DJ dance mix CD with a kind of party feel. Nearly all the songs have vocals up front and the length of the songs is short, so it feels partly like pop and partly like dance. Adding to that feel is the inclusion of old pop songs or remakes of old pop songs: Don Henley's "Boys Of Summer" performed by DJ Sammy, Madonna's "Holiday" performed by Mad'House, "Through The Rain" by Mariah Carey, "Rhythm Is A Dancer 2003" by Snap!, and an instrumental remake of A-Ha's "Take On Me" by Fusion 808. Even the dance hits, such as "Never" by The Roc Project featuring Tina Arena, have more of a pop music structure. Adding to these "popifying" elements is that sometimes there is a bit of a jolt from one song to the next, particularly in terms of style, rather than a smooth mix.The album is rather variable in quality; some songs I really like, such as "Look At Me Now" by Jessy, the amusing song "Head" by Thunderpuss and Barnes ("Welcome to my head...welcome to my mind..."), and the very melodic "No Way No How" by Jocelyn Enriquez. Other songs I like, but wouldn't say I REALLY like, and some songs I dislike, such as "The Sound of Violence" by Cassuis and "Two Months Off" by Underworld.DJ Tiesto is more my style, I guess. For example, his mix of "Never," I really like--it's a nine and a half minute classy dance track, but the version on this album is a four and a half minute pop-sounding version. I do enjoy this album, though, when I want to listen to pop-format dance tunes and a variety of dance music with a party atmosphere. Many of the songs have a rich electronic sound, which I particularly like."
No Holding Back
italheartbraka | Fresh Meadows, NY United States | 06/26/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I was waiting for Devito to come out with a new cd. After not wanting Dance Divas and not too happy with NYC Dance Party Vol 5, I needed a good Louie fix. Dance Factory 1 was better than this new one, but like a previous review mentioned Louie had better songs to work with. Club songs now do not compare to the songs from a year or two back. "No Way No How", "E", and "I Do" are my three favorite picks, with "Loneliness" being up there also with up and coming hit "Never". My only real complaint is the length of the songs, once again most of them are too short. I suggest longer mixes next time. I would get this cd because it is still the best club cd out there now. I wish for a best of Louie cd, compiling the best dance songs he has ever mixed on his cds."